Blue Devil Confessions: Advice From a Senior as She Leaves LHS

Sage Roberge, Reporter

As the school year comes to an end, I can’t help but think about all the years I have been in school.

I have spent the last 12 years in school, and as most of my classmates could relate to, moving onto the next stage of life is bittersweet.

I have a few pieces of advice for any high school student.

My first piece of advice is to create good relationships with your teachers.

Maintaining relationships, especially friendships, is extremely hard in high school, but creating bonds with your teachers can not only help you with your schoolwork but can help you with personal teenage issues.

Having a teacher or two that you can talk to, get advice from, have write recommendation letters, and anything else, is extremely comforting and helpful during these times. 

My second piece of advice is to think about your future early on.

You don’t have to have everything figured out. I definitely did not until the end of my school years, but to have an idea is helpful when taking classes and extracurriculars. 

My last piece of advice is to not take it for granted.

As cliche as this sounds, it goes by in the blink of an eye and these years are so special and fun and should be cherished before they end.

Go to sports events, make new friends, get involved, and have fun during your time in high school.

Devil’s Advocate reporter Sage Roberge. (Sage Roberge)